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CAST CONNEX is the industry leader in the design and manufacturing of cast steel structural components used in buildings and bridge construction. We simplify the design and enhance the performance of structures by enabling Architects and Engineers to use cast steel connections. We take pride in collaborating in the creation of safer, innovative, and beautiful built environments. ENGINEERING AND DESIGN - United States ArmyEngineering and Design DESIGN OF HYDRAULIC STEEL STRUCTURES ETL 1110-2-584 30 June 2014 1. Purpose. Figure A1-1 Schematic Drawing of a Typical Miter-Type Lock-Gate Leaf. C-55 Figure A1-2 Schematic Drawing of Panel ak. Plate C-10 Design Data on Gudgeon Pin Barrel, Horizontally and Vertically Framed Miter Gates. C-27 Metric Threaded Inserts Design Guide - reids.nz1.2 USING THIS DESIGN GUIDE 1.21 STRENGTH LIMIT STATE DESIGN The Simplified Design Approach to achieve strength limit state design, originally first published by our sister company Ramset, has proven to be a simple and effective method to allow for rapid selection of a suitable anchor through

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5) BASE PLATE A one (1) inch thick (minimum) steel base plate sufficient to fully develop the ultimate strength of the tall-post shall be secured to the base of the pole-shaft with two (2) self-closing transverse welds - one weld on the inside of the base at the bottom of Precast Concrete Floors in Steel Framed BuildingsHot-rolled steel frames with precast floors are a common structural solution for a range of multi-storey building types. These include commercial, retail, residential, schools, hospitals and car parks. Structural design guidance of this effective structural combination is covered by previously published three SCI publications, Design of SECTION 055100 - METAL STAIRS - CS GroupC. Steel Plates, Shapes, and Bars:ASTM A 36. D. Rolled-Steel Floor Plate:ASTM A 786, rolled from plate complying with ASTM A 36 or ASTM A 283, Grade C or D. E. Uncoated, Cold-Rolled Steel Sheet:ASTM A 1008, either commercial steel, Type B, or structural steel, Grade 25, unless another grade is required by design loads; exposed.

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